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Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (FMCS), the Metropolitan Opera, Local 802 of the American Federation of Musicians and the American Guild of Musical Artists have agreed to a process for continuing their discussions.
Presenting to Ringer is her husband and former NYCB dance partner James Fayette, now a representative for American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA).
According to James Fayette, New York--area dance executive for the American Guild of Musical Artists, the best approach is to send an open letter to the artistic director and the board expressing all of the dancers' concerns.
The National Labor Relations Board has notified Ballet West that the charge filed against the company by the American Guild of Musical Artists has been withdrawn .
The dancers' union, the American Guild of Musical Artists, filed an unfair labor practice charge with the NLRB, claiming that, in retaliation for the union vote, the company refused to renew the two dancers' contracts.
According to Figgins, a representative from The American Guild of Musical Artists advised them not to go, only because, as AGMA members, the union could not protect them in a non-union environment.
For starters, there's a practical answer: The American Guild of Musical Artists didn't add a maternity clause to its contracts until 1990.
The dancers' union, the American Guild of Musical Artists, responded to the suspension by addressing the rights of fire dancers.